Join NEDA's Warriors Club!

 

NEDA Warriors are brave fighters in the battle against eating disorders who walk to spread awareness, raise funds, and send the message that hope is real. When you individually raise $1,000 or more for a NEDA event, you will become an official member of our Warriors Club. The funds you raise will also make you a true leader in eating disorders prevention, support, advocacy, and research efforts. Register for a NEDA event to get started!

NEDA Fleece

Warriors Club Membership Perks

Warriors Club members receive special recognition and exclusive gifts in honor of their work to raise $1,000 or more to support the fight against eating disorders.
  • Exclusive NEDA Quarter Zip Fleece
  • Official Warriors Club certificate
  • Opportunity to submit your Warrior Story to be featured on our website
  • Warriors Club badge on your personal fundraising page

To become a member of the Warriors Club, your fundraising must be credited toward your own personal fundraising goal (as opposed to team fundraising efforts). Once you reach the $1,000 fundraising milestone, a member of our team will contact you soon to collect the information needed to fulfill your special benefits.

Tips for Getting Started

  • Make a personal donation to get your fundraising journey started
  • Download our Participant Toolkit for fundraising ideas and sample donation letters
  • Set up a Facebook Fundraiser through your NEDA Participant Center
    • Note: Facebook fundraisers must be set up through your participant center in order to receive credit toward your walk fundraising goal
  • Email 20 people to ask for a $25 donation
  • Post your fundraising page URL to social media and ask for donations
  • Host a fundraising event (such as a donation-based yoga class, bake sale, or a paint night)
  • Follow up with those who said they would donate, but haven't yet
  • Visit our Fundraising Tools page for more tips and resources

For questions about our Warriors Club or for fundraising support, please contact our team at walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org.